Salvador Liébana Posted May 20, 2021 Share Posted May 20, 2021 Hi guys! so, i've noted a major difference between the friendlyarm rk3399 sbcs and the other models, ant that's bc the friendly arm rk3399s run at 1866 mhz while the other models run at 1600 mhz. that means 100 glmark2 points less, for example.I would like to know how to use this bootloader instead, and even then, how to even go further. I overclocked my rockpro64 to 2.2 ghz for the big cores and 1.8 for the low power cores. Its interesting how much performance we can get with this cosmetic changes. obviously,its at my own risk. the rockpro64 was tested at higher frequencies than 1866 mhz, so I would expect at least that armbian should bump the ram freq of the bootloader up to that frequency. I would like to know how to unpack this bootloader, and how to ... use it, basically.. best regards!! rk3399_ddr_933MHz_v1.11.bin 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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